Tag Archives: STEAM

Cool Tool | Soundtrap

Soundtrap is quite possibly the first online music recording studio to work across all operating systems (Mac, iOS, Android, Windows and Chromebook), where you can collaborate with music makers from all around the world in an easy-to-use browser, cloud-based system. … Continue reading

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The Changing Landscape of Online Education

As consumers crave personalized experiences, education is no exception. GUEST COLUMN | by Chase Jarvis The concept is almost amusingly anachronistic today, but not so long ago learning beyond the four walls of a classroom meant something called “distance learning” … Continue reading

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Beyond Pythagoras

The impact of Computer Science on STEM retention and student development. GUEST COLUMN | by George K. Thiruvathukal As an educator, I am frequently asked about the role of computer science and STEM. Although computer science subject matter can serve … Continue reading

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The Sweet Sounds of Learning

A discussion with Per Emanuelsson, co-founder of an eclectic team of engineers, designers, and producers passionate about music and technology. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero An incipient movement has begun that involves using new approaches to increase skills and knowledge … Continue reading

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A Planet Like No Other

Conservationist and former Nat Geo exec brings students exploration close-up. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Tim Kelly had a “wonderful” 30 years at National Geographic, where he was able to work with explorers and scientists, and (in his own words) … Continue reading

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